Tips for Bringing Your In-House Experience to a Startup

Taking your legal skills to a startup requires major adjustments. The author suggests things to consider as you refine your […]

How Law Departments Spend

A 2015 survey of about 300 corporations found that median total legal spend increased two percent over the 2014 results, […]

Impact of Campbell-Ewald on Class Action Litigation

In January the Supreme Court, in a split decision, held that defendant Campbell-Ewald did not do enough to moot plaintiff […]

Social Media Analysis for Investigations and Trials

Research into what people post on social media sites, and with whom they communicate, is increasingly being used in corporate […]

Ethics have Calculable Value

Implementing socially responsible policies and promoting an ethical way of doing business generates profits as well as good will. Socially […]

Legal Analytics for Strategy and Case Management

Legal analytics involves the use of data to make quantitative legal predictions that inform decisions made in both the business […]

Information Sharing under the New Cybersecurity Law

The text of the the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) was incorporated by amendment into a consolidated spending bill in […]

Board Responsibilities for Cybersecurity

Cyber risk has taken its place next to credit risk, liquidity risk and operational risk as a pressing threat to […]

Legal and IT Procurement Must Cooperate

Corporations trying to adopt best practices have evolved an interdependent and interdisciplinary arrangement, where IT Supply Chain, commonly called IT […]

Rule Amendment Encodes Proportionality

Possibly the most important of the recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure relate to Rule 26(b)(1), which […]

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